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The condition that you are describing appears to be aphasia. This is a brain disorder and most likely of the expressive type. Expressive meaning that...
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Hi, Multiple hairs in a follicle may suggest pili multigemini which is also called  "compound hairs, are considered rare although...
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Yes.I have experienced a move from my right foot to my left. It also led to significant numbness in the toes on left foot. Gabapentin seems to handle...
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Hi Just try some Aloe vera. soothing and should help, but do try some cotton nickers, these could help, there more natural to the skin.Also try...
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Hi If you google your question your find all the answers you need and all the fruits.Good Luck
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I haven't fallen and hurt my legs at time in the last few months.
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I'm not a diabetic. I have had my legs cramp up on me once in a great while. It doesn't happen very often. Really I rarely have any leg...
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No I've never had that problem.
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Hi I have had similar experience due to my condition, which is hypotuatrisum, growth hormone deficient,  I have that when my testosterone is low...
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have you been tested for anything. myself i have those same things on my legs mostly but i just found out i have hep c. which can cause the skin to...
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This is DEFINATELY hypochondria....you DONT have ALS. I thought I did too and it led to me believing a load of other things. Stop thinking about it...
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Below is the link for an article on restless leg syndrome published in WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/brain/restless-legs-syndrome/rls...
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